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A posting to Asia gives many expats the opportunity to benefit from an inexpensive cost of living coupled with a relatively high salary. This makes for high disposable income with extra cash to spare even after all your costs are covered and some fun has been had. But what will you do with it? Your […]
This week the Telegraph reported that over half of high-earning Britons (those earning upwards of £60,000) plan to either spend a large part of their retirement abroad, emigrate permanently or live abroad for a number of years. And 12% of those earning £25,000 or less are hoping to leave British shores forever once they retire. […]
Malaysia is an attractive destination for expats who settle here not only to take advantage of career opportunities but also to enjoy the diversity the country has to offer in terms of culture, people and religion and the fabulous opportunities for travel throughout the Far East and beyond. You might want to consider consulting an […]
It seems that increasing numbers of us are taking the decision to retire abroad. There are myriad reasons to take this big step at a time of life when many people are winding down and opting for the quiet life. Some retirees are driven by a desire for adventure and/or a thirst to experience a […]
According to the NatWest Annual Quality of Life Study, British expats have weathered the 2008 financial crisis in surprisingly good shape. In fact 70% of the 1800 expats questioned claimed that their lives have been unaffected by the political and economic fallout from the recession. Many of those fairing well were living in Asia with […]
Moving country is up there as one of the most adventurous, exciting and thrilling things you can do in life, but anyone who has done it will tell you that it can be scary, nerve-wracking and bewildering at the same time. When the chaos of the move is over, the realisation that this is not […]
Teaching in Asia is often viewed as the preserve of gap year students wishing to fund a year in an exotic location but, in actual fact, many professional teachers move to Asia looking for new challenges, others are expatriate spouses who are looking to further their own careers having moved for the sake of their […]
Brits are particularly attracted to the expat life however, it seems that many of us embark on life in a foreign country without proper planning and a worrying number get into hot water as a result. So many in fact, that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) launched a campaign last year to warn Britons […]
Infinity is proud to announce its newest addition to the family of services that makes life for an expat easy. The FREE Hong Kong Expat Guide has finally been released after months of tireless work and a compilation of first-hand experiences. Becoming an expat means starting a brand new life in a completely foreign environment. […]
As HM Revenue & Customs cracks down on expats claiming non-residency, it is essential to keep detailed records of your trips to the UK. If you live abroad and claim exemption from UK income and capital gains tax according to the Statutory Residency Test, it is crucial that you keep detailed records of visits to […]
Australians abroad have traditionally received exceptional service when it comes to consular support. Generally, if Aussies get in trouble or face problems abroad the government are there to help – but that could be about to change. The Australian government is under a pressure financially and looking to make savings and consular services are in […]
Moving abroad is a time of mixed emotions. The excitement of starting a brand new life in a different country is coupled with sadness at leaving your old life, family and friends. Add into the mix the organisation involved in packing up and moving house and you can see how this can become a stressful […]
Infinity is delighted to announce the opening of its new Australian Specialist Division with the launch of a Tax and Investment Seminar series commencing in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday June 13th 2013. The Division has been specifically set up the service the needs of the Australian expatriate community in Asia and will be led by […]
Investing in property came under scrutiny in the wake of the 2008 economic recession; however real estate, historically speaking, has always been a long term sound investment. While it may not be wise to invest all your assets in property, it is still a highly attractive proposition for many with diversified portfolios of assets. For […]
In the UK, the most recent application statistics from the Universities and College Admissions Service (UCAS) show a 6.3% drop compared to the same time last year. The application deadline for the intake of students for the 2013/14 Academic Year is fast approaching and experts are predicting a marked fall in both applications and admissions. […]
The Malaysian government has recently announced some exciting news for expats. The immigration department is opening an Expatriate Services Department (ESD) in March which will aim to assist and bolster immigration procedures to attract more skilled and qualified expats to the country’s shores. In 2011, the government introduced the Resident Pass-Talent (RP-T) pass which allows […]
Whether you are a gap-year traveller, a young professional, a family-maker or retiree looking to play out your days in warmer climes, Asia has attracted the lot; and has built an impressively large expat community. In many ways, Asia is an easy destination for expats as it is after all a well-trodden path, however there […]
Financial planning is an essential discipline, but becomes even more vital when dealing with different currencies and tax jurisdictions. The financial life of an expat can be complicated; salary, expenses, investments and assets may often be across several currencies and countries. The goals for financial planning remain pretty much the same – protect the financial […]
Income insurance protects against loss of earnings from illness or an accident. Expats in Asia concerned about covering monthly expenses in the face of a debilitating medical condition should consider taking out income insurance in order to avoid a potentially catastrophic financial situation. The long-term interruption in the income of the main provider in a […]
Multi-currency mortgages are property loans set up across different currencies. Also known as foreign currency mortgages, multi-currency mortgages differ in that they do not have to be set up across two or more currencies with portions of the loan being set apportioned to different denominations. Multi-currency mortgages are not only used when purchasing property across […]
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